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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] SMP race in ext2 - metadata corruption.


    On Fri, 4 May 2001, Richard Gooch wrote:

    > > Two of them: use less bloated shell (and link it statically) and
    > > clean your rc scripts.
    >
    > No, because I'm not using the latest bloated version of bash, and I'm

    Umm... Last version of bash I could call not bloated was _long_ time
    ago. Something like ash(1) might be a better idea for /bin/sh.

    > The problem is all the various daemons and system utilities (mount,
    > hwclock, ifconfig and so on) that turn a kernel into a useful system.
    > And then of course there's X...

    How do you partition the thing? I.e. what's the size of your root partition?
    I'm usually doing something from 10Mb to 30Mb - that may be the reason of
    differences.

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